With vegetarianism and veganism growing in popularity, more restaurants are beginning to cater to these all-natural eating practices. Whether you choose to eat plant-based meals for the health benefits, sustainability, or just because it tastes good, North Las Vegas has whatever you’re looking for. Let’s check out these eight great restaurants with vegan or vegetarian options.

Peterson’s Pantry

A vegan dish on a plate at a plant-based restaurant in North Las Vegas

vegan dish” licensed under CC BY 2.0 via Flickr by ella.o

Consider the convenience of delivery when eating vegan. Peterson’s Pantry is a local door-to-door service that provides a rotating selection of plant-based meals, including soups, salads, baked treats, and desserts.

Whether it’s just mom and dad for dinner or you’ve got hungry kiddos looking for a bite to eat, this restaurant has some of the tastiest plant-based options in Sin City. Browse the pantry’s menu online for seasonal specials like strawberry and spinach salad, then take advantage of this family-owned and operated eatery’s easy online ordering capabilities.

Sunflower Vietnamese

Sunflower Vietnamese in Craig Valley Plaza offers a small vegan menu featuring tasty traditional Vietnamese dishes like vegan pho soup, spring rolls, and banh mi. The vegan selection is clearly marked so that you won’t confuse them with meals that contain meat. Check their blackboard for daily specials like vermicelli with mixed vegetables and save a little dough.

Have a seat at the bar inside this upscale, yet relaxed eatery. The owner’s decorated the space with classic Asian pieces that add a whimsical touch to your dining experience, such as color paper lanterns. Dine in, take your meal out, or order with no-contact delivery, depending on your preferences. 

Fiesta Tacos Y Mas

While Sin City is 1,400 miles north of the border, it’s still a hot spot for scrumptious vegan Mexican food. At Fiesta Tacos Y Mas, you get more food for less. The cooks here use only quality ingredients, including rice, beans, and guacamole, to create delicious plant-based Mexican dishes.

Don’t let its curb appeal dissuade you. Fiesta Tacos Y Mas is the real deal. If you want great service, good food, and great prices, it’s the only place in Las Vegas to fill up on meatless options like burritos and enchiladas.

The Modern Vegan

The Modern Vegan specializes in American comfort food. It’s not an understatement to say it has something for everyone.  It’s even a good bet this vegan restaurant has all of your classic favorites. Even your non-vegan friends will be stunned by how good the food is at The Modern Vegan.

This pick on East Naples Drive serves breakfast all day, so start your day off right with their signature plant-based chick’n and waffles or stop in for dinner and order the vegan steak stroganoff Fettuccine. Stop by for a taste of their dripping burgers and a triple stacked Sammy, all 100% vegan.

MeDiet Cafe

The folks at MeDiet Cafe prides themselves on bringing their customers healthy and delicious foods using the highest quality ingredients. Their philosophy that food is medicine is evident from their caring attitude toward customers and the love MeDiet cafe puts into their deliciously nourishing food. 

Located on West Sahara Avenue, the owners of this cafe are passionate about everything they serve. You can choose from a long list of whole plant-based smoothies, superfood lattes, nut “mylks,” fresh-pressed juices, cleansing products, tacos, sandwiches, and breakfast items. Try the bold and flavorful hibiscus chili soup with real flowers, black beans, and roasted chickpeas. It’s a tasty as it is delicious. 

Vintage Vegan Dine

When you’ve got a craving for vegan comfort foods that just won’t quit, take the family to the Vintage Vegan Diner. Whether you’ve got toddlers or teens in tow, this restaurant will satisfy any picky eater. They even make their own cheese and bake bread right on-site. Sample one of their homemade vegan sauces. They’ll blow you away. 

Get your food with curbside pickup, or get your large order delivered. Operated by wife duo Autumn and Taylor since May of 2020, this pair’s goal is to make veganism both accessible and affordable to everyone. Support this minority, female, LGBTQ member-owned business right on Fremont Street.

Violette’s Vegan Organic Cafe and Juice Bar

If 100% organic is an important factor when choosing your vegan food, get to know the team over at Violette’s. This cafe and juice bar is sure to become one of your new favorite places, thanks to its friendly atmosphere. It offers loads of yummy vegan fare such as fresh salads, bowls, wraps, smoothies, and sweet treats.

Come in every Saturday and Sunday for brunch. Violette’s unique plant-based menu is loaded with signature goodies from “Good Morning” tacos filled with southwest scrambled tofu to blueberry “Happy Home” pancakes drenched in real maple syrup. Located in the Von’s Center in Las Vegas, this colorful spot offers dine-in, delivery, takeout, and catering to surrounding areas. 

The Heavenly Vegan

The Heavenly Vegan provides weekly meals through its delivery and pickup service. The program’s designers created the meal plan for vegans with the strictest diets. They offer custom prepared foods made from organic, non-GMO, oil-free, nut-free, sugar-free, gluten-free, and sodium-free ingredients all from its location in the Rainbow Pavilion.

Their healthy alternatives ensure you get all the necessary nutrients without the dietary risk. Take a look through their specialty Raw Vegan Detox menu with a rotating selection. The Heavenly Vegan doesn’t stop there. Pick from desserts, appetizers, dips, dressings, and cakes. 

You can even enroll in a cooking class at The Heavenly Vegan. Learn to prepare the foods you love from home. If you’re too busy to put together your family’s weekly meal plan, hire the experts here to do it for you. They even offer personal chef services for those nights when you need a hand getting dinner on the table.

There you have it! Crème de la Crème of North Las Vegas put together this list of some great plant-based restaurants in the area. Which place got your mouth watering? Did we miss your favorite vegan eatery? Let us know so we can share it with other Sin City locals.